Adult Classes

The Art of Zentangle With Katrina Jones

Thursdays, 1:00–2:00 p.m. EST
April 1–May 6, 2021
Free Virtual Class


You told us you wanted more Zentangle classes with Certified Zentangle® instructor Katrina Jones and we listened. New and returning students, we invite you to join Katrina to learn the Zentangle technique of structured patterns and create beautiful tangles of your own.

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Students will need a 3.5 x 3.5-inch piece of white paper, 2B pencil, black micron pen 01 or 05 (an ultra-fine sharpie will work if you don't have a micron pen), and a blending stomp or Q-tip.

 

Registration is required. Register through Zoom to receive the meeting link. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 

 

The class runs for six weeks and is an open class. Katrina will review the Zentangle method during the first class and then present a new tangle during each session. Participants do not have to attend all classes.  

 

Visit Katrina's blog to see some of her work and learn more about Zentangle.

 

Please email info@southhavenarts.org with any questions you may have.

Two Watercolor Workshops With Mary Guntzviller

Nesting Birds Zoom Into Birdhouses

9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. EST

May 11–13, 2021

Virtual Workshop

Spend three mornings with artist and experienced instructor Mary Guntzviller using watercolors to paint three area birds that nest in manmade birdhouses—Bluebirds, Wood Ducks, and American Kestrels (also known as Sparrow Hawks). The class will paint a different bird each day and Mary will provide lots of tips and demonstrations during each class.

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This class is geared toward adults with beginner/intermediate watercolor experience.

Member cost $100; non-members $115
Minimum: 7 students; Maximum 9
Not a member? Join here!

Registration
Pre-registration is required. Email info@southhavenarts.org or click here to RSVP and receive your supply list, Zoom link and instructions, and invoice for payment. Never Zoomed before? We will provide step-by-step instructions and walk students through the process prior to the first class.

Upon payment, students will receive a supply list (supplies can be purchased at Dick Blick), photos of each bird, and an outline to sketch onto watercolor paper or to use as reference for freehand drawing.

Supplies
Students are responsible for supplies. For those who already have supplies, please use the Blick supply list to assemble materials and be ready to paint.
 
Most students use 1/4-sheet (approx. 11.5” x 15”) of 140 lb. Cold Press Arches watercolor paper for each class. The bird outlines will print on 8.5” x 11” normal-size computer paper.
 
During class, students will need to position their paintings in front of their tablet, phone, or laptop camera so Mary can see their work.
 
Click here for more information about the class.

Mary's class is very popular so register today!

Mary Guntzviller has been a professional artist since 1988 and taught workshops since 1993. She is known throughout Michigan as a gifted artist and an instructor with a unique and exciting style that make her classes a fun and amazing adventure.

Save the Date!

Watercolor Technique Magic
In-Person Workshop

August 23–25, 2021
9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. EST

Lunch Break from 12:30–1:30 p.m.

Practice magic with colors and techniques! Mary will bring everything she's got up her sleeve and students can bring anything they want to try during class. Pour and erase, use Lilliputian gestures and gigantic movements. Experience exuberance, analysis, and play, while your brushes generate true magic.

Member cost $200; non-members $225
Minimum: 6 students; Maximum 9

 

Email info@southhavenarts.org or click here to RSVP.


Not a member? Join here!